Lindy Lee Shih-chi and Chu-chi, 2004, acrylic and pigmented ink on archival paper on board, 16 panels, 80 x 240.5 cm

Lindy Lee Shih-chi and Chu-chi, 2004, acrylic and pigmented ink on archival paper on board, 16 panels, 80 x 240.5 cm

The reproduced artwork, like a photographic portrait, has a peculiar relation to the real. In Lindy Lee’s paintings, the presence of a face is both denoted and revealed as an illusion of saturated pigments. This strange double-bind of perception, as it encounters photographic representation, is a continuing theme in Lee’s work.

Exhibition Dates: 14 October – 13 November 2004
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acrylic and pigmented ink on archival paper on board
20 panels, 160 x 150 cm
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Lindy Lee Shih-chi and Chu-chi, 2004; acrylic and pigmented ink on archival paper on board; 16 panels, 80 x 240.5 cm; enquire
Shih-chi and Chu-chi, 2004
acrylic and pigmented ink on archival paper on board
16 panels, 80 x 240.5 cm
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wax, acrylic and pigmented ink on archival paper on board
8 panels, 160 x 60 cm
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wax, acrylic and pigmented ink on archival paper on board
8 panels, 160 x 60 cm
Lindy Lee Shi-chi, 2004; acrylic and pigmented ink on archival paper on board; 8 panels, 160 x 60 cm; enquire
Shi-chi, 2004
acrylic and pigmented ink on archival paper on board
8 panels, 160 x 60 cm